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The SEA-SEIS Expedition, 17 September – 5 October, 2018, covered over 5 thousand kilometres to deploy ocean-bottom seismometer over a vast area in the Northern Atlantic.
The SEA-SEIS Expedition team before the deployment of the last of their 18 seismometers, Maude. Maude was named by the students of St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary, after Maude Delap (1866 – 1953), the Irish marine biologist.
DIAS/iCRAG PhD student Clara Gómez Garcia onboard the RV Celtic Explorer.
DIAS/iCRAG PhD student Clara Gómez Garcia onboard the RV Celtic Explorer.
Deployment of Loch Ness Mometer, an ocean-bottom seismometer named by the students of Scoil Mhuire, Buncrana, Co. Donegal.
Deployment of an ocean bottom seismometer during the SEA-SEIS Expedition.
Deployment of Nemo, an ocean-bottom seismometer named by the students of Largy College, Clones, Co Monaghan.
Loch Ness Mometer, the ocean-bottom seismometer named by the students of Scoil Mhuire, Buncrana, Co. Donegal, entering the water.
Loch Ness Mometer (the ocean bottom seismometer named by the students of Scoil Mhuire, Buncrana, Co. Donegal) meeting local wildlife on its autonomous descent to the bottom of the Rockall Trough, offshore Donegal.
DIAS/iCRAG PhD student Clara Gómez Garcia onboard RV Celtic Explorer, documenting an OBS deployment.
Documenting the deployment of The Dude, an ocean-bottom seismometer named by the students of Dunamase College, Portlaoise, Co. Laois.
Janneke de Laat (l), Clara Gómez Garcia (c) and Laura Bérdi (r) in a live ship-to-classroom video link-up from the RV Celtic Explorer.
Where are we in the North Atlantic? Live ship-to-classroom video link-up between the SEA-SEIS Expedition, onboard the RV Celtic Explorer in the N Atlantic, and Gaelcholaiste Carrigaline, Carrigaline, Co. Cork.
Live ship-to-classroom video link-up between the SEA-SEIS Expedition, onboard the RV Celtic Explorer in the N Atlantic, and Coláiste Phobail Cholmcille, Tory Island, Co Donegal.
Live ship-to-classroom video link-up between the SEA-SEIS Expedition, onboard the RV Celtic Explorer in the N Atlantic, and Kingswood Community College, Dublin.
Live ship-to-classroom video link-up between the SEA-SEIS Expedition, onboard the RV Celtic Explorer in the N Atlantic, and St Joseph’s College, Lucan, Co Dublin.
The North Atlantic sky.
A dolphin following the RV Celtic Explorer on its SEA-SEIS Expedition in the N Atlantic.
A wave in a North Atlantic storm, seen through the Celtic Explorer’s cabin illuminator.
A wave in a North Atlantic storm, seen through the Celtic Explorer’s cabin illuminator.